› Unblocking websites was an extremely tedious process.
› Support was extremely hard to get a hold of and a technical
resource - even harder.
› The product was not K-12 friendly. Educational games for
example, would be routinely blocked because they were in the
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Easy AD SSO Setup
East Maine School District 63
Chicago area school district
uses Securly’s Active Directory &
Google Authentication solutions in
concert to achieve seamless user
experience for 4,000 staff and
Any device. Anywhere. Secure.
East Maine School District 63 has 7 schools serving 3600 students
and 500 staff members. Staff members use Windows devices and
students use Chromebooks. Abe Koshy is the network manager
for the district. With the district’s web ﬁlter license expiring in the
middle of the year, it was critical for Abe to provide continuity of
user experience to his staff members who were used to logging
into their Windows machine and be ﬁltered. The existing Fortigate
solution offered Windows authentication but, per Abe, suffered
from a number of limitations:
› No support for Chromebooks, an increasingly important
piece of the school network.
The AD SSO setup involves
placing a simple ".aspx"
ASP.Net script on the school
controlled IIS server. All
Windows devices logged into
the domain automatically
pass user information to
Securly via this script.